When an economy proliferates, it looks for options to become more stable and sustainable. The huge U.S. energy market embraced deregulation more than a decade ago in the hope to offer consumers choices and lower energy rates. The competition facilitated it. Customers became happier. Deregulation caught up with states. They followed the suit, but, so far, none is completely deregulated.
We will discuss whether this was a wise approach later in this article.